Irish Ferry Workers Protest

Wednesday, November 09, 2005
According to a Socialist Worker story, around 10,000 workers took to the streets of Dublin last week to protest at Irish Ferries’ plans to sack 550 staff and replace them with temps working for $4.17 (£2.40) an hour. Irish Ferries is trying to implement the spirit of the Bolkestein directive, which attacks the terms and conditions of workers across the EU. Source: Socialist Worker
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